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[texts]Minutes of the 4th Convention of the Russian Socialist Federation - U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Investigation
Minutes of the 4th Convention of the Russian Socialist Federation, held in New York City from September 28 to October 2, 1918. Document in DoJ/BoI Investigative Files, NARA collection M-1085, reel 938, document 341853. Transcribed by Tim Davenport from an original document in DoJ/BoI Investigative Files, NARA collection M-1085, reel 938, document 341853. Published by 1000 Flowers Publishing, Corvallis, OR, 2007...
Keywords: Russian Socialist Federation; Socialist Party of America; Communist Party of America; American radicalism
Downloads: 70
[texts]International Socialist Review (1900) Vol 02 - Algie Martin Simons (ed.)
The International Socialist Review, Volume 1 (July 1900-June 1901) Editor: A.M. Simons (1870-1950) Publisher: Charles H. Kerr (1860-1944) Published by Charles H. Kerr & Co., Chicago. Published prior to 1923, public domain. This document scanned by Riazanov LIbrary Digitization Project. Non-commercial use permitted.
Keywords: Socialism -- United States -- Publications; Socialist Party of America; SPA; American radicalism; Marxism; marxist magazines
Downloads: 60
[texts]Soapbox, vol. 1, no. 2 (May 1935) - University of Chicago Socialist Club (SLID). Dorothy Aldag, Chairman
Second issue of rare magazine issued by the University of Chicago Socialist Club, affiliate of the Student League for Industrial Democracy. Nine issues were produced of this title from 1935 to 1939, with the only extant run in the library of the University of Chicago. No microfilm is available. Frequency of the publication was semi-annual. There are 16 pages in this issue. No copyright in initial publication...
Keywords: Socialism -- United States -- Publications; LID; SLID; Socialist Party of America; League for Industrial Democracy; Student Movement
Downloads: 105
[texts]The Immigration Question (Dec. 1910) - Ernest Untermann (1864-1956)
"The Immigration Question" by Ernest Untermann Social-Democratic Herald [Milwaukee], vol. 13, no. 32, whole no. 645 (Dec. 10, 1910), pg. 2. With its defeated majority report calling for continued "Asiatic exclusion" in America coming under fire in Karl Kautsky's influential theoretical magazine Die Neue Zeit [The New Times], chairman of the Socialist Party of America's Committee on Immigration Ernest Untermann here again issues a defense of the policy in the pages of Victor Berger's Social-Democ...
Keywords: Immigration -- United States; Socialist Party of America; SPA; Socialist Party USA; SPUSA; Asiatic exclusion; racism; immigration
Downloads: 79
[texts]The Real Issue 040315 - C.W. Barzee (editor)
"The Real Issue" No. 5 (March 15, 1904) Official organ of the Socialist Party of Oregon Published in Grants Pass, Oregon C.W Barzee, Editor Marcus W. Robbins, Business Manager Extremely rare four page issue of this SPO newspaper, scanned from a photocopy in the collection of Tim Davenport, Corvallis, OR. Published in the USA prior to 1923, public domain
Keywords: Socialism -- United States -- Publications; Socialist Party of America; Socialist Party of Oregon; SPA; SPO
Downloads: 117
[texts]Imprisoned Member Protests NEC Action (June 26, 1919) - Emil Herman (1879-1928)
Full title: "Imprisoned Member Protests NEC Action: Herman Characterizes Expulsion of Michigan State Organization and Suspension of Language Federations as Undemocratic, Unparliamentary, and Unsocialistic." Article by Socialist Party of America NEC member Emil Herman (1879-1928) protesting the draconian action taken by the rest of the NEC against the Socialist Party of Michigan and various left wing language federations of the SPA at their June 1919 meeting...
Keywords: Socialism -- United States -- Socialist Party of America; Communist Party of America; 1919 National Convention; party split
Downloads: 14
[texts]A Word to the Workers! - Eugene V. Debs (1855-1926)
"A Word to the Workers!"by Eugene V. DebsPublished by The New York Call, New York City, circa September 1920Ultra-rare campaign leaflet from the 1920 Presidential Campaign by Socialist Party of America hopeful Eugene Victor Debs. The imprisoned Debs notes that he did not seek the 1920 Socialist nomination — his 5th and final run for the presidency, following efforts in 1900, 1904, 1908, and 1912.Debs declares that the working class is capable of electing a president in 1920 who is not a "poli...
Keywords: Socialist Party of America; United States Presidential campaigns; socialism; socialist; radical politics; Eugene V. Debs
Downloads: 83
[texts]"An Object Lesson in Referendums" (May 6, 1905) - Hermon F. Titus (1852-1931)
Full title: "An Object Lesson in Referendums: A Personal Letter from Hermon F. Titus: Address to Comrades in the State of Washington and Elsewhere -- A Funny Story Which is True." by Hermon F. Titus Titus defends himself from charges levied by Central Branch, Local Seattle, Socialist Party that he committed unconstitutional actions of election fraud. Titus was a key leader of the left wing of the Socialist Party of Washington and defended himself in his paper, "The Socialist," published in Toled...
Keywords: History -- Socialist Party -- Washington state; Socialist Party of America; Socialist Party of Washington; revolutionary socialism
Downloads: 96
[texts]BoI Report on 4th Convention - R.W. Finch
Bureau of Investigation report on the 4th Convention of the Russian Socialist Federation, held in New York City from September 28 to October 2, 1918. Report submitted by BoI Special Agent R.W. Finch. Transcribed from an original ocument in DoJ/BoI Investigative Files, NARA microfilm collection M-1085, reel 938, document 341853. Published by 1000 Flowers Publishing, Corvallis, OR, 2007. Non-commercial reproduction permitted.
Keywords: Russian Socialist Federation; Socialist Party of America; Communist Party of America; American radicalism
Downloads: 73
[texts]Bylaws of the Federation of Russian Branches, CPA - Russian Socialist Federation
"Bylaws of the Federation of Russian Branches of the Communist Party of America." Adopted by Adopted at the 5th Convention of the Russian Federation, held at Detroit, Michigan, August 20-27, 1919. Printed according to a Department of Justice translation of the Russian original, edited for grammar and style. Transcribed by Tim Davenport. Published by 1000 Flowers Publishing, Corvallis, OR, 2004. Non-commercial reproduction permitted.
Keywords: Russian Socialist Federation; Socialist Party of America; Communist Party of America; American radicalism
Downloads: 59
[texts]International Socialist Review (1900) Vol 04 - Algie Martin Simons (ed.)
The International Socialist Review, Volume 4 (July 1903-June 1904) Editor: A.M. Simons (1870-1950) Publisher: Charles H. Kerr (1860-1944) Published in Chicago by Charles H. Kerr & Co. Published prior to 1923, public domain. This document scanned by the Google Books project. All rights of the scanned document reside with Google. Non-commercial use only is permitted by them.
Keywords: Socialism -- United States -- Publications; Socialist Party of America; Industrial Workers of the World; anarcho-syndicalism
Downloads: 234
[texts]Sabotage, or, Socialism versus Syndicalism (1913) - James Oneal (1875-1962)
Pamphlet by James Oneal (1875-1962) Published in St. Louis, MO by the National Rip-Saw Publishing Co. Rip-Saw Series No. 20 Published January 1913. First edition of 10,000 copies. Published in the USA prior to 1923, public domain. This pdf edition created as part of the Google Books projects. All rights to the digital file remain with Google, which permits personal use only.
Keywords: Socialism -- United States -- Publications; Socialist Party of America; Industrial Workers of the World; anarcho-syndicalism
Downloads: 225
[texts]Organize or Pay - Adolph Germer (1881-1966)
Organize or Pay! by Adolph Germer Socialist Party of America Organization Leaflet No. 1 January 1917 This, the first in a series of "Organization Leaflets" by the Socialist Party of America, could be one of the most banal pieces of propaganda literature in the history of the American socialist movement. SPA Executive Secretary Germer notes that some of his readers might have voted for the Democratic Presidential nominee, fearing the Republicans; others the Republican, fearing the Democrats...
Keywords: Socialism--United States; Marxism; Socialist Party of America; SPA; SPUSA; inflation; price fixing
Downloads: 11
[texts]Circular to Russian Branches, CPA, Sept 15, 1919 - Oscar Tyverovsky
"Circular to All Branches of the Russian Federation of the Communist Party of America from Oscar Tyverovsky, Secretary, circa September 15, 1919." Russian document and translation in the DoJ/BoI Investigative Files, NARA collection M-1085, reel 938, file 202600-1172. Transcribed by Tim Davenport. Published by 1000 Flowers Publishing, Corvallis, OR, 2007. Non-commercial reproduction permitted.
Keywords: Russian Socialist Federation; Socialist Party of America; Communist Party of America; American radicalism
Downloads: 69
[texts]1912 Platform of the Socialist Party of Washington - Socialist Party of Washington
Platform, program, and resolutions of the Socialist Party of Washington, state affiliate of the Socialist Party of America, adopted at its state convention of March 9-12, 1912 and ratified by referendum vote of the membership. Published in The Commonwealth [Everett, WA], whole no. 91 (September 27, 1912), pg. 4. This machine-readable pdf document edited by Tim Davenport, who made silent corrections of punctuation and spelling...
Keywords: Socialism -- United States; programatic documents; Socialist Party of America; Socialist Party of Washington; SPA; SPW
Downloads: 317
[texts]International Socialist Review (1900) Vol 07 - Algie Martin Simons (ed.)
The International Socialist Review, Volume 7 (July 1906-June 1907) Editor: A.M. Simons (1870-1950) Publisher: Charles H. Kerr (1860-1944) Published in Chicago by Charles H. Kerr & Co. Published prior to 1923, public domain. This document scanned by the Google Books project. All rights of the scanned document reside with Google. Non-commercial use only is permitted by them.
Keywords: Socialism -- United States -- Publications; Socialist Party of America; SPA; American radicalism; Marxism
Downloads: 251
[texts]Communist Party of America: Report to 5th Convention - Nicholas I. Hourwich [Nikolai Isaacovich Gurvich]
"The Communist Party of America: Report to the 5th Convention of the Federation of Russian Branches, August 26, 1919," by Nicholas I. Hourwich (Gurvich) Printed according to the text of "Records of the Fifth Regular Convention of the Federation of Russian Branches of the Communist Party of America, Held in the City of Detroit, August 20th to 28th, 1919." (New York: Central Executive Committee, Federation of Russian Branches, CPA, 1919)...
Keywords: Russian Socialist Federation; Socialist Party of America; Communist Party of America; American radicalism
Downloads: 75
[texts]International Socialist Review (1900) Vol 03 - Algie Martin Simons (ed.)
The International Socialist Review, Volume 3 (July 1902-June 1903) Editor: A.M. Simons (1870-1950) Publisher: Charles H. Kerr (1860-1944) Published in Chicago by Charles H. Kerr & Co. Published prior to 1923, public domain. This document scanned by the Google Books project. All rights of the scanned document reside with Google. Non-commercial use only is permitted by them.
Keywords: Socialism -- United States -- Publications; Socialist Party of America; Industrial Workers of the World; anarcho-syndicalism
Downloads: 437
[texts]"Walter Thomas Mills --€” His Record" - Thomas J. Morgan (1847-1912)
"Walter Thomas Mills -- His Record" Article by Thomas J. "Tommy" Morgan of Chicago, IL Published in "The Socialist" [Seattle, WA], issue of Nov. 2, 1907 This machine readable pdf edited by Tim Davenport in Corvallis, OR for 1000 Flowers Publishing, April 2010. This article, published by factional opponents, chronicles the alleged transgressions against the socialist movement of Walter Thomas Mills (1856-1942), including a variety of sketchy money-making ploys and a charge of immorality.
Keywords: Socialism -- United States -- Socialist Party of America; Socialist Party of Washington; SPA; SPW
Downloads: 169
[texts]International Socialist Review (1900) Vol 05 - Algie Martin Simons (ed.)
The International Socialist Review, Volume 5 (July 1904-June 1905) Editor: A.M. Simons (1870-1950) Publisher: Charles H. Kerr (1860-1944) Published in Chicago by Charles H. Kerr & Co. Published prior to 1923, public domain. This document scanned by the Google Books project. All rights of the scanned document reside with Google. Non-commercial use only is permitted by them.
Keywords: Socialism -- United States -- Publications; Socialist Party of America; Industrial Workers of the World; anarcho-syndicalism
Downloads: 228
[texts]Constitution of the Socialist Party of Washington 1901 - Socialist Party of Washington
Constitution of the Socialist Party of Washington, 1901 Adopted by membership referendum, November 15, 1901 As published in "The Socialist" (Seattle), whole no. 70 (Dec. 8, 1901), pg. 4 First constitution of the Socialist Party of Washington, state affiliate of the Socialist Party of America (founded August 1901). Hand typed from the original article by Tim Davenport, making silent corrections for style...
Keywords: Socialism -- United States; Socialist Party of America; Socialist Party of Washington; SPA; SPW
Downloads: 78
[texts]International Socialist Review (1900) Vol 01 - Algie Martin Simons (ed.)
The International Socialist Review, Volume 1 (July 1900-June 1901) Editor: A.M. Simons (1870-1950) Publisher: Charles H. Kerr (1860-1944) Published in Chicago by Charles H. Kerr & Co. Published prior to 1923, public domain. This document scanned by the Google Books project. All rights of the scanned document reside with Google. Non-commercial use only is permitted by them.
Keywords: Socialism -- United States -- Publications; Socialist Party of America; SPA; American radicalism; Marxism
Downloads: 496
[texts]Socialist Party of Washington State Constitution (1903) - Socialist Party of Washington
State Constitution of the Socialist Party of Washington, state affiliate of the Socialist Party of America, as amended by the organization's 3rd State Convention, Tacoma, WA, July 4, 1903 and ratified by referendum vote of the membership. From "The Socialist" [Seattle], whole no. 162 (September 13, 1903), pg. 2. Edited by Tim Davenport. Published in Corvallis, OR by 1000 Flowers Publishing, 2010. Non-commercial use of this machine-readable pdf permitted.
Keywords: Socialism -- United States -- Washington state; Socialist Party of America; Socialist Party of Washington
Downloads: 29
[texts]International Socialist Review (1900) Vol 16 - Charles H. Kerr (ed.)
The International Socialist Review, Volume 16 (July 1915-June 1916) Publisher and Editor: Charles H. Kerr (1860-1944) Assistant Editor: Mary E. Marcy (1877-1922) Published in Chicago by Charles H. Kerr & Co. Published prior to 1923, public domain. This document scanned by the Google Books project. All rights of the scanned document reside with Google. Non-commercial use only is permitted by them.
Keywords: Socialism -- United States -- Publications; Socialist Party of America; Industrial Workers of the World; SPA; IWW
Downloads: 481
[texts]Calm Review of the Seattle Situation - John Downie
Article "Calm Review of the Seattle Situation" by John Downie First published in "The Socialist" [Seattle], whole no. 346 (October 6, 1907), pg. 1. Downie, a supporter of the left wing faction of the Socialist Party of Washington, headed by newspaper publisher Hermon F. Titus, briefly chronicles the complex factional situation that divided Local Seattle, Socialist Party from 1904 to 1907. Published prior to 1923, contents public domain...
Keywords: Socialism -- United States -- Socialist Party of America; Socialist Party of Washington; SPA; SPW
Downloads: 90
[texts]International Socialist Review (1900) Vol 06 - Algie Martin Simons (ed.)
The International Socialist Review, Volume 6 (July 1905-June 1906) Editor: A.M. Simons (1870-1950) Publisher: Charles H. Kerr (1860-1944) Published in Chicago by Charles H. Kerr & Co. Published prior to 1923, public domain. This document scanned by the Google Books project. All rights of the scanned document reside with Google. Non-commercial use only is permitted by them.
Keywords: Socialism -- United States -- Publications; Socialist Party of America; SPA; American radicalism; Marxism
Downloads: 263
[texts]International Socialist Review (1900) Vol 15 - Charles H. Kerr (ed.)
The International Socialist Review, Volume 15 (July 1914-June 1915) Publisher and Editor: Charles H. Kerr (1860-1944) Assistant Editor: Mary E. Marcy (1877-1922) Published in Chicago by Charles H. Kerr & Co. Published prior to 1923, public domain. This document scanned by the Google Books project. All rights of the scanned document reside with Google. Non-commercial use only is permitted by them.
Keywords: Socialism -- United States -- Publications; Socialist Party of America; Industrial Workers of the World; SPA; IWW
Downloads: 613
[texts]International Socialist Review (1900) Vol 17 - Charles H. Kerr (ed.)
The International Socialist Review, Volume 17 (July 1916-June 1917) Publisher and Editor: Charles H. Kerr (1860-1944) Assistant Editor: Mary E. Marcy (1877-1922) Published in Chicago by Charles H. Kerr & Co. Published prior to 1923, public domain. This document scanned by the Google Books project. All rights of the scanned document reside with Google. Non-commercial use only is permitted by them.
Keywords: Socialism -- United States -- Publications; Socialist Party of America; Industrial Workers of the World; SPA; IWW
Downloads: 903
[texts]International Socialist Review (1900) Vol 08 - Algie Martin Simons (ed.) / Charles H. Kerr (ed.)
The International Socialist Review, Volume 8 (July 1907-June 1908) Editor: A.M. Simons (1870-1950) Editor: Charles H. Kerr (1860-1944) Publisher: Charles H. Kerr (1860-1944) Published in Chicago by Charles H. Kerr & Co. Published prior to 1923, public domain. This document scanned by the Google Books project. All rights of the scanned document reside with Google. Non-commercial use only is permitted by them.
Keywords: Socialism -- United States -- Publications; Socialist Party of America; Industrial Workers of the World; anarcho-syndicalism
Downloads: 273
[texts]International Socialist Review (1900) Vol 09 - Charles H. Kerr (ed.)
The International Socialist Review, Volume 9 (July 1908-June 1909) Publisher and Editor: Charles H. Kerr (1860-1944) Assistant Editor: Mary E. Marcy (1877-1922) Published in Chicago by Charles H. Kerr & Co. Published prior to 1923, public domain. This document scanned by the Google Books project. All rights of the scanned document reside with Google. Non-commercial use only is permitted by them.
Keywords: Socialism -- United States -- Publications; Socialist Party of America; Industrial Workers of the World; SPA; IWW
Downloads: 661
[texts]International Socialist Review (1900) Vol 14 - Charles H. Kerr (ed.)
The International Socialist Review, Volume 14 (July 1913-June 1914) Publisher and Editor: Charles H. Kerr (1860-1944) Assistant Editor: Mary E. Marcy (1877-1922) Published in Chicago by Charles H. Kerr & Co. Published prior to 1923, public domain. This document scanned by the Google Books project. All rights of the scanned document reside with Google. Non-commercial use only is permitted by them.
Keywords: Socialism -- United States -- Publications; Socialist Party of America; Industrial Workers of the World; SPA; IWW
Downloads: 802
[texts]No Precinct Committeemen For Us - Hulet M. Wells (1878-1970)
"No Precinct Committeemen for Us," by Hulet M. Wells Article from "The Commonwealth" [Everett, WA], whole no. 93 (October 11, 1912) in which Wells argues that the Washington state primary law requiring election of Precinct Committeemen was contradictory, since the Socialist Party of Washington with its dues-paying membership constituted both a voluntary association, not regulated under the law, and a political party...
Keywords: Socialism -- United States; Socialist Party of America; Socialist Party of Washington; SPA; SPW
Downloads: 64
[texts]International Socialist Review (1900) Vol 13 - Charles H. Kerr (ed.)
The International Socialist Review, Volume 13 (July 1912-June 1913) Publisher and Editor: Charles H. Kerr (1860-1944) Assistant Editor: Mary E. Marcy (1877-1922) Published in Chicago by Charles H. Kerr & Co. Published prior to 1923, public domain. This document scanned by the Google Books project. All rights of the scanned document reside with Google. Non-commercial use only is permitted by them.
Keywords: Socialism -- United States -- Publications; Socialist Party of America; Industrial Workers of the World; SPA; IWW
Downloads: 783
[texts]"Communist Party Pays Farmer-Labor Convention Expenses" (Dec. 1923) - Emil Herman (1879-1928)
"Communist Party Pays Farmer-Labor Convention Expenses," by Emil Herman (1879-1928) An article published in The Socialist World [Chicago], v. 4, no. 12 (Dec. 1923), pp. 6-7. No copyright notice in original publication, public domain. This article by the Pacific Northwest organizer for the Socialist Party of America relates Herman's personal experiences at the Nov. 24-25, 1923, convention of the Federated Farmer-Labor Party in Everett, Washington...
Keywords: Socialism -- United States -- Washington state; Socialist Party of America; Socialist Party of Washington; Federated Farmer-Labor Party; Farmer-Labor Party
Downloads: 130
[texts]Where I Stand (March 4, 1922) - Emil Herman (1879-1928)
Article "Where I Stand — And Why" by Emil Herman (1879-1928) Recently released political prisoner and critic of the Regular faction's actions against the Left Wing in 1919 explains why he is returning to the Socialist Party of America rather than the Workers Party of America in the aftermath of his release. First published in the Miami Valley Socialist [Dayton, OH], v. 10, no. 526 (April 7, 1922), pg...
Keywords: Socialism -- United States -- Washington state; Socialist Party of America; Socialist Party of Washington; Workers Party of America
Downloads: 80
[texts]International Socialist Review (1900) Vol 11 - Charles H. Kerr (ed.)
International Socialist Review, volume 11 (July 1910-June 1911) Charles H. Kerr, editor Published by Charles H. Kerr & Co., Chicago Illustrated monthly socialist magazine. This is one of the volumes of ISR missed by Google Books. This scan produced by the Riazanov Library Digitization Project, San Francisco. Scanning by Marty Goodman from bound reprint volumes produced by Greenwood Press. These are bitmap scans, done 2-up...
Keywords: Socialism -- United States -- Publications; Socialist Party of America; SPA; American radicalism; Marxism; Marxist magazines; Industrial Workers of the World; IWW
Downloads: 134
[texts]SP Convention Shows Collapse - Frederic Heath (1864-1954)
"Exclusive Story of SP Convention Shows Collapse: Party Disintegrating and in Complete Control of Communists, Milwaukee Delegate Writes" by Frederic F. Heath [events of March 26-29, 1937] Published in The New Leader [New York], vol. 20, no. 14 (April 3, 1937), pp. 1-2. Published in USA between 1923 and 1978 with no copyright notice in first publication, public domain. Pioneer Milwaukee Socialist and founding member of the Socialist Party Frederic Heath offers a disillusioned and bitter account o...
Keywords: Socialism -- United States; Socialist Party of America; SPA; American radicalism; Marxism; Socialist Party of Wisconsin; social democracy
Downloads: 9
[texts]Nationalism -- A Cause of War - David P. Berenberg (1890-1974)
"Nationalism -- A Cause of War," by David P. Berenberg First published in The New York Call, vol. 10, no. 294 (Oct. 21, 1917), Sunday magazine section, pg. 6. Published in the USA prior to 1923, public domain A though provoking, albeit short, theoretical essay by David Berenberg, an instructor at the Rand School of Social Science. Berenberg, a committed "International Socialist," attempts to integrate the notion of nationalism into Marxist thinking about the root causes of war...
Keywords: Socialism--United States; Marxism; Socialist Party of America; SPA; SPUSA; militarism; nationalism; internationalism; socialist theory; historical materialsm
Downloads: 41
[texts]History of the 1913 Secession in the Socialist Party of Washington - Bostrom, Frans
History of the 1913 Secession in the Socialist Party of Washington by Frans Bostrom, State Secretary Published by the Socialist Party of Washington, March 1914 This extremely rare 16 page pamphlet details the factional politics dividing the Washington state organization of the Socialist Party of America between 1911 and 1913. Bostrom, State Secretary from September 1909, details the way in which the party's Right Wing, headed by Dr...
Keywords: Socialist Party of America; SPA; Socialist Party USA; SPUSA; Socialism -- United States; Socialist Party of Washington; SPW
Downloads: 92
[texts]No Compromise with the IWW - Ernest Untermann (1864-1956)
No Compromise with the IWW, by Ernest Untermann Published in St. Louis Labor, whole no. 624 (Jan. 18, 1913), pg. 7. Continuation of the line of opposition to the IWW put forward at the 1910 National Congress of the Socialist Party by Marx-translator Ernest Untermann. Untermann rejects any manifestations of a "false conception of solidarity" between the ballot-oriented Socialists and the anti-political IWW, noting "impossible to avoid the expulsion of individuals who through word and deed confess...
Keywords: Socialist Party of America; SPA; Industrial Workers of the World; IWW; political action; direct action; democracy; syndicalism; anarchosyndicalism; socialism; radicalism
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[texts]Constitution of the Socialist Party of Washington - 1901 - Socialist Party of Washington
Constitution of the Socialist Party of Washington, 1901 Constitution of the Socialist Party of Washington - 1901 Adopted by membership referendum, November 15, 1901 As published in "The Socialist" (Seattle), whole no. 70 (Dec. 8, 1901), pg. 4 First constitution of the Socialist Party of Washington, state affiliate of the Socialist Party of America (founded August 1901). Hand typed from the original article by Tim Davenport, making silent corrections for style...
Keywords: Socialism--History; Socialist Party of America; Socialist Party USA; Socialist Party; SPA; SPUSA; Socialist Party of Washington; SPW; radicalism
Downloads: 67
[texts]International Socialist Review (1900) Vol 10 - Charles H. Kerr (ed.)
The International Socialist Review, Volume 10 (July 1909-June 1910) Publisher and Editor: Charles H. Kerr (1860-1944) Assistant Editor: Mary E. Marcy (1877-1922) Published in Chicago by Charles H. Kerr & Co. Published prior to 1923, public domain. This document scanned by the Google Books project. All rights of the scanned document reside with Google. Non-commercial use only is permitted by them.
Keywords: United States -- Socialism -- Periodicals; Socialist Party of America; Industrial Workers of the World; Charles H. Kerr & Co; SPA; IWW
Downloads: 459
[texts]Old Slavery and the New - Frederic O. MacCartney (1864-1903)
The Old Slavery and the New: This Sermon was Delivered to Hartsuff Post No. 74, G.A.R. ... on Memorial Sunday, May 24, 1896 in the Church of the Unitarian Society of Rockland, Mass by Frederic O. MacCartney Sermon to Civil War Veterans by a Populist Unitarian clergyman on the new slavery facing America, "the tyranny of wealth." MacCartney would later join the Social Democratic Party of America and win election to the Massachusetts State Legislature in November 1899, gaining reelection in three s...
Keywords: Unitarianism; Christian Socialism; liberal Christianity; populism; socialism; Social Democratic Party of America; Socialist Party of America; SPA; Massachusetts politiics
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[texts]International Socialist Review (1900) Vol 12 - Charles H. Kerr (ed.)
International Socialist Review, volume 11 (July 1911-June 1912) Charles H. Kerr, editor Published by Charles H. Kerr & Co., Chicago Illustrated monthly socialist magazine. This is one of the volumes of ISR missed by Google Books. This scan produced by the Riazanov Library Digitization Project, San Francisco. Scanning by Marty Goodman from bound reprint volumes produced by Greenwood Press. These are bitmap scans, done 2-up...
Keywords: Socialism -- United States -- Publications; Socialist Party of America; SPA; American radicalism; Marxism; Marxist magazines; Industrial Workers of the World; IWW
Downloads: 102
[texts]Wilshire's Magazine (1903, pt 1). - Gaylord Wilshire (editor)
Wilshire's Magazine, Issues 54, 55, 56, 57, 58 January 1903 - May 1904 (June issue defective) H. Gaylord Wilshire, editor Published in Toronto, ON, Canada Digitized as part of the Google Books Project, all rights to these pdf files reside with Google, who forbids commercial use.
Keywords: Socialism -- United States -- Publications; Socialist Party of America; Socialism -- Publications -- Canada; Canadian Socialism; Socialist Party of Canada
Downloads: 666
[texts]Mass Action and Industrial Unionism - Louis C. Fraina (1892-1953)
"Mass Action and Industrial Unionism," by Louis C. Fraina (Lewis Corey) Published in International Socialist Review, vol. 17, no. 9 (March 1917), pp. 556-557. This excerpt from pioneer American Marxist theoretician Louis Fraina's "Current Events" column in International Socialist Review argues for a unification of the European-originated tactics of "Mass Action" with the American-originated ideas of Industrial Unionism...
Keywords: Marxism -- United States; revolutionary socialism; Socialist Party of America; SPA; revolutionary industrial unionism; revolution; Louis Fraina; Lewis Corey; syndicalism
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[texts]In The Matter of the Disbarment of Hulet M. Wells - George F. Vanderveer
In The Supreme Court of the State of Washington, In the Matter of the Disbarment of Hulet M. Wells, an Attorney-at-Law: Petition and Supporting Brief of Respondent. Defense of Socialist Party leader Hulet M. Wells (1878-1970), who was to be disbarred for an offense "involving moral turpitude and involving the violation of his oath as an attorney." To wit: Wells was convicted of violation of the Espionage Act during World War I and served over 1 1/2 years in prison at McNeil Island Federal Penite...
Keywords: Socialist Party of Washington; Socialist Party of America; Workers Party of America; political radicalism; Seattle Central Labor Council; socialism; Sedition Act
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[texts]International Socialist Review - Vol. 2 No. 4 - Oct 1901 - Algie Martin Simons (ed.)
International Socialist Review Vol. 2, No. 4 (October 1901) Socialist theoretical journal published in Chicago by Charles H. Kerr & Co. CONTENTS: Unsigned (A.M. Simons) -- Anarchy vs. Socialism -- pg. 241-250 (pdf pp. 1-10) Louis Bertrand -- Cooperative Movement in Belgium [pt. 1] -- pp. 251-262 (pdf pp. 11-21) "Catholicus" -- A Catholic View of Socialism -- pp. 262-264 (pdf pp. 22-24) Alessandro Schlavi -- Trade Unionism and Socialism in Italy -- pp....
Keywords: Socialism -- United States; Charles H. Kerr & Co; Socialist Party of America; SPA; SPUSA; A.M. Simons; Max S. Hayes; Ernest Untermann; Charles H. Kerr; Caroline H. Pemberton
Downloads: 65
[texts]Constitution of Local St Louis SDP - Aug 1900 - Social Democratic Party of Missouri
Constitution of Local St. Louis of the Social Democratic Party of America (Adopted August 5, 1900) Published in The Missouri Socialist [St. Louis], vol. 1, no. 3 (Jan. 19, 1900), pg. 4. Basic document of organizational law of the 210-member Local St. Louis of the Springfield SDP. This document specifes the election of four officers by Local St. Louis and the division of the membership into geographic branches for propaganda work (there were a total of 7 of these early in 1901)...
Keywords: Socialism -- United States; Social Democratic Party of America; SDPA; Social Democratic Party of Missouri; Socialist Party of America; Socialism in Missouri; St. Louis; Springfield National Executive Committee
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[texts]Our New Editor: Patrick L. Quinlan (1921) - Patrick L. Quinlan (1883-1948)
Our New Editor: Patrick L. Quinlan Originally published in The New Age [Buffalo, NY], vol. 10, whole no. 475 (Sept. 29, 1921), pg. 1. This front page article in the mainline (not Left Wing) Buffalo Socialist Party weekly The New Age announces the hiring of a new editor for the publication -- Patrick L. Quinlan. A short sketch of some of Quinlan's activities is included, including membership as a young man in the Independent Labour Party, membership in the Socialist Labor Party of America, charte...
Keywords: Socialist Party of America; SPA; SPUSA; Industrial Workers of the World; IWW; syndicalism; socialism; trade unions; 1913 Paterson Silk Strike; New Jersey history; syndicalism
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